Wednesday, June 13, 2012

The struggle for independence of Oromiya vs. the struggle to maintain the Ethiopian empire: Which side are you on?

      By Leenjiso Horo

Every Abyssinian emperor or imperial president, or imperial prime minister has flown Abyssinian flag over Oromiya: still flying it. This flag represents a symbol of a national history and pride for Abyssinians.  For Oromo, it is a symbol of colonial occupation; a symbol of injustice and humiliation. Consequently, the Oromo are waging a war of national independence to replace the colonial flag with the flag of independent state of Oromiya - the flag that represents Oromo values, culture, pride, history, aspiration, hope, dream, and unity.

In the past 20 years, Meles Zenawi has increased his violence in Oromiya many folds over.  Today, more Oromo are killed than any time before; more Oromo are arrested than any time in memory.  Under this colonial fascist regime large number of men, women, youths and elders have been kidnapped and disappeared. In political parlance, disappearance is euphemism for politically motivated secrete kidnappings. The arrests, tortures, and killings have been justified in the name of fighting "terrorism."  Indeed, Meles Zenawi's regime has waged a total war on the whole Oromo population.

The reign of fascism of Meles Zenawi's Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) has choked the peoples of the empire.  Since it was put in the saddle of power in the empire by foreign powers, this tiny minority has gripped economic, political and military power. Ever since, the TPLF has engaged in the persecution of journalists, artists, academia, students, elders, and members of civil society. As a colonized people, the Oromo have been subjected more than ever before to this regime's strangulation in their own country, in their own backyards. Since it set foot in Oromiya, TPLF has been dangerously undertaking economic persecution and strangulation of the Oromo people in order to destroy their ability to survive as a people, as a nation, as a community, and individuals.  In addition, in Oromiya, it has strangulated freedom of expression, of the press, of belief, of association, of assembly, and of movement. It has restricted and made them illegal. This fascistic action is defended and justified in the name of "state security".  It is time to defend ourselves and our country. This time is gold not to be wasted.

  Since 1991, Oromiya has been robbed by Meles Zenawi and his associates.  They have amassed more wealth, power, and privileges than their predecessors ever had.  They robbed Oromo of their lands and resources.  The robbery, stealing and plundering of Oromiya's wealth have been justified in the name of "democracy".  Furthermore, forcible removal or eviction of civilian population from their lands and destruction of the environment and natural habitats have been justified in the name of “development".  With Meles Zenawi's regime, everything, including democracy, has lost its proper meaning as the right of colonial nations to self-determination has lost its true meaning with some Oromo nationals. 

Jijjjiiramaa re-named itself as "Oromo Dialogue Forum"

In moving forward, the Oromo struggle has challenges: one is the internal and the other is the external.  In any struggle the major obstacle is, and has always been the internal one. It is a major obstacle, because it allies with and supports the external enemy against its own people and their struggle. The support can be direct or indirect, open or secret.  For that reason, it would difficult, if not impossible, to effectively fight the external enemy without overcoming the internal challenge. In the Oromo struggle, the external enemy is the colonizer and it is the primary enemy of the Oromo people and their struggle. The internal challenge to the Oromo struggle has been posed by persons of Oromo soul or of Oromo blood but who carry two flags. In one hand, they carry liberation flag and, in the other, they carry the Ethiopian colonial flag. When they see Oromo, they raise the Oromo liberation flag.   And when they see Abyssinians, they raise Abyssinian colonial flag.

Moreover, when asked about the Oromo struggle for independence of Oromiya, they resort to a vague talk about the right of nation to self-determination and then they go on giving a vague, imprecise, deceptive, false, and misleading meanings and interpretations to the right of nation to self-determination and to the purpose of the Oromo struggle and to its causes, to its nature and to the solution of this struggle.  For quite a while, they have been trying to change the meaning of self-determination, liberation, freedom, and independence.  They say the OLF political program does not call for independence of Oromiya.  They claim it only calls for self-determination. They say self-determination is different from independence. Hence, they say the Oromo nation struggles for self-determination not for independence. But they do not dare say for a colonial question, self-determination and independence have one and the same meaning. According to the OLF political program, the Oromo question is a colonial question and Oromiya a colony. Therefore, the meaning of self-determination is the same with the meaning of independence in the Oromo situation. It is only Oromo Ethiopianists - such as those in "Oromo Dialogue Forum" - who are entertaining the false picture of difference in the meaning between these terms.  These are the Oromo nationals who have been working for a long time to make alliance with Abyssinian political forces either with colonial government or with its opposition forces.

As mentioned in the preceding paragraph, it is important that one has a clear picture as to the meaning of self-determination; that it does not mean autonomy or self-rule, or self-government within the existing colonial empire. It only means total separation of a colonized people from a colonizing state and establishing their own free, independent, and sovereign state. It is with this aim that the OLF Political Program of 1974 and its amended versions of 1976 and of 1998 declared the establishment of  democratic republic of Oromiya as the objective of the Oromo struggle.

Here the irony and tragedy is that there are some of our own fellow nationals who were in the struggle for the liberation of Oromia for a long time and now turned their backs against it.   They have replaced the meanings of the struggle for the liberation of Oromiya and the meaning of independence of Oromiya with "democratization of Ethiopia" and "New Democratic Republic of Ethiopia."  In this way, they confused many Oromo nationals.   Out of this confusion, some have totally abandoned the struggle and joined the enemy.  Some have been and are still trying to revise the meanings of liberation, independence, and freedom.  Others have been trying to uproot or abandon all the meanings, altogether.  And to others, the idea of liberation, freedom, and independence sounds a denunciation of peace and democracy. These are the former cadres of Dergue's party and its Youth League members who joined OPDO (Oromo people's Democratic Organization), upon the demise of Dergue.  Then, they transmigrated from OPDO to OLF in large numbers.  They are the forces that were instrumental in the split of the OLF in 2001. With the split, they joined Shanee in mass, overwhelmed it and finally controlled it.  Then they wrapped themselves around Shanee, suffocated it, and misled it by influencing it to take a wrong political line.  Thereafter, they split from Shanee in 2008 under the name of Jijjjiiramaa.  In 2011, they re-joined Shanee, again.  However, before the ink of their signature of agreement that was put on paper dry they left Shanee, once again.  Having left Shanee, Jijjjiiramaa fractured itself into pieces.  It collapsed on itself; on its own feet and with this its political line.

Prior to its collapse, its political slogans 'democratization of Ethiopia' and new democratic Republic of Ethiopia were overwhelmingly rejected by the Oromo people and their nationalists. Now, following its collapse, Jijjjiiramaa re-appeared wearing a new lipstick and singing new political slogans "democratization of Horn of Africa" and “democratization of Africa" as complementary to the "democratization of Ethiopia" and as an alternative option to independence of Oromiya.  With this, they abandoned the name Jijjjiiramaa, altogether and re-named or re-created themselves as "Oromo Dialogue Forum/Waltajii Marii Oromoo."  This is the new lipstick Jijjjiiramaa is wearing now.  It is under this new name that Jijjjiiramaa is now hoping to fulfill its old mission.  The mission being to turn the clock of Oromo nationalism back and reverse it in order to help  perpetuate Abyssinian colonialism over Oromiya. It is this mission that has motivated and encouraged the group to try everything possible in order to politically and organizationally undermine the OLF.  Hence, the "Oromo Dialogue Forum/Waltajii Marii Oromoo" is a camouflaged Ethiopian colonial agent. Dialogue/Marii is simply a masquerade skin of Jijjjiiramaa.

Moreover, the key leaders of the then Jijjjiiramaa, and the now of the "Oromo Dialogue Forum" are one and the same.  They are the same well known individuals with a clear political position.  The political position is to maintain the territorial integrity of the Ethiopian empire.  For instance, some of its key leaders were members of the OLF who surrendered the Oromo cause to TPLF at London Conference of May, 1991.  It was at that Conference that the now leaders of "Oromo Dialogue Forum", then the leaders of the OLF, handed Oromiya over to TPLF.  That Conference was a victory for Tigrayans and Eritreans but it was a loss for the Oromo. The delegates of EPLF negotiated for independence and delegates of the TPLF negotiated to occupy the rest of the empire-Oromiya included.  The delegates of the OLF negotiated to hand Oromiya over to TPLF. This is a plain fact. The rest of the leaders and members of "Oromo Dialogue Forum" were the members of the former Dergue party and its Youth League who have been socially, ideologically and politically Abyssinianised. These are individuals who joined the OLF after the fall of Dergue regime.   They are Ethiopianist in their political core.
Furthermore, the "Oromo Dialogue Forum" is an embodiment of "Ethiopian democratization" and "New Democratic Republic of Ethiopia" wrapped into a single whole. As its predecessors, its political campaign is also based on lies, deceit, and fraudulent propaganda in order to mislead Oromo nationals to turn away from the Oromo struggle for independence and from national unity.  The slogan “democratization of Horn of Africa" is simply the group's political figment, deceit and delusion.  The political goal of the "Oromo Dialogue Forum/Waltajii Marii Oromoo" is to replace the OLF, to disarm it, and finally to do away with it as a liberation front for independence.  With this, its long aim is to politically disarm and organizationally incapacitate the Oromo national movement and finally to abandon the Oromo struggle for independence.
The recent secrete meetings of the group in Oslo, Norway and Mankato, MN, USA  were for charting of a secret campaign plan against the OLF and the Oromo struggle. According to attendants of the Mankato meeting, the discussion was centered on what to do, how to do, when to do, and where to do to shift the Diaspora based Oromo nationals' support away from the idea of struggle for independence and in favor of the idea of the reform of Ethiopia. The Mankato meeting was setup as a follow up to the Oslo meeting.  Mankato is 85 miles away from the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area, where the Oromo population is estimated to be 20 to 25 thousand.  This meeting was held in secret.  The names of attendants were held in secret.  The place and time of the meeting were kept in secret. In addition to charting the plan for their campaign, the purpose of secrecy was to avoid exposition of the attendants to the public and to keep new local recruits and local collaborators secretly implanted among the community to foster the liquidation of the Oromo national liberation struggle in the name of "Oromo Dialogue Forum."  It is time for all Oromo liberation organizations and Oromo nationalists across Oromiya and beyond to unite in a joint struggle against Abyssinian colonial occupation and its local collaborators among which the so-called Oromo Dialogue Forum is one.  This is among the internal challenges posed to the Oromo struggle.

The relationship between Oromiya and Ethiopia, between Oromo and Abyssinians, is a colonial one. This relationship was established by a bloody colonial conquest, occupation and colonization. And ever since, this relationship has been maintained on the basis of crude use of force.  That is, the occupation of Oromiya began with violence.  As all its predecessors, Tigrayan People's Liberation Front (TPLF) also entered Oromiya by violent means and it is administering Oromiya by violence and by shedding the Oromo blood. This colonial regime is not going to leave Oromiya voluntarily.  It has to be forced out.  Thus, the Oromo people can realize their freedom and independence only through a bitter struggle, including political and armed struggle.  And so the armed struggle must continue of necessity. This is a war of independence; it is a war of liberation; and so it is a sacred war. Hence any resistance against TPLF's violence must also be of a violent nature: the armed struggle.  It is only the language of violence that the TPLF can hear, listen, understand, and speak. The TPLF colonial occupation as it came to Oromiya in violence, so it will end in violence.  Whoever thinks to the contrary is certainly a utopian.

Oromiya has the right to be free and independent. This is its inalienable right.  The Oromo people have already decided to be free and independent.  To be free and independent is their natural right; their inalienable right.  That is why they send their sons and daughters to fight the occupying force.  That is why their sons and daughters are fighting the colonial occupation.  That is why the Ethiopian prison cells are filled with Oromo language speakers.  All in all, the Oromo national liberation struggle for independence is the road to peace, to freedom and justice that those nations who are and have been beleaguered by the colonial occupation must take. There is a great centeredness and joy and freedom to be found in doing what is historically necessary, just, and right, in taking up the tasks that history hands us.

Oromo nationalists love their country and people. It is the love felt by these nationalists who sacrificed their precious lives and those who are still willing to risk their lives for freedom that generations, including yet unborn, cherish. It is the love the nationalists feel for all who are resisting colonial tyranny, its injustices, its violence because they know which side they are on that sustains the struggle.  We know that many of nationalists will find each other as they take this struggle to the mountains, plains, and valleys of Oromiya demanding independence. Millions of our people in Oromiya and thousands in the diaspora will continue to fight until the war for independence of Oromiya is won. They are committed to this cause as their predecessors did. They are committed to organize and fight to the end and to dismantle the Abyssinian colonial occupation of Oromiya and with it, its institutions and its violence.  This needs patience and perseverance.  The struggle is to build a society in which each community and individual living in Oromiya lives free and in democracy, liberty and in peace, enjoying happiness and human dignity.  These cannot be achieved without struggle and cannot be realized with only wishes or without being part of the struggle. As Frederick Douglass, an American abolitionist has put it: “If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom and yet avoid confrontation are people who want crops without plowing up the ground; they want rain with­out thunder and lightning; they want the ocean without the roar of its waters.” 

In this struggle, on the one side, the Oromo people are fighting for independence, justice, liberty, peace and democracy. And on the other, there is simply Tigrayan colonial barbarism and its supporters fighting to maintain the colonial empire and its injustices.  For this, it is incumbent upon the Oromo nationals to ring the bell for the independence, write for it, speak for it, fight for it, die for it, and live for it rather than lending ears to the so-called "Oromo Dialogue Forum" -the group that is recently preaching the political insanity of "democratization of Horn of Africa," and "African democratization."  Here the friends and foes of Oromo struggle should understand that the Oromo struggle will continue until colonial occupation ends and its new and old local agents and collaborators bow to the will of the Oromo people and to those heroes and heroines who have sacrificed their lives for the independence of their people.  This note is for everyone who loves Oromiya, for everyone who loves his or her people, for everyone who opposes colonial occupation, and for everyone who opposes Meles Zenawi's regime war on Oromiya, on its people, and their institutions.  This is the time to fight. We have to fight to fulfill the dreams, the hopes, the wishes, and the aspiration of the Oromo people.  For this, we must find our voice, the voice of unity, and the voice of fighting in unity.

In the end, the Oromo struggle is against Abyssinian colonization and occupation of Oromiya. The political goal of the struggle is to restore independence to Oromiya.  The time has come for all us Oromos to get up and be counted; to stand together and fight in unison to defend our country and our people against all enemies: internal and external. In this struggle, as Oromo nationals you have to make a clear and unambiguous choice. The choices are whether you stand on the side of the violent colonialist force and its local collaborators or on the side of the truly Oromo national liberation struggle for the total independence of Oromiya. 

So the question is: Which side are you on?

Oromiya Shall be free!

Have your say!

By Leenjiso Horo


Anonymous said...

Yaa jaala kiyya Leenjiso,

You have always been a fighter and a stalwart defender of our right to form an independent state of Oromia and I am eternally grateful for you on behalf of a suffering nation. Time will come when the nation will remember those who defended and fought for its cause by bearing arms or bearing the mighty pen with love and respect. The nation will also remember those shameless opportunists you have laboured so much to expose with contempt and condemination reserved only for traitors and sell-outs the likes of Gobana Dacee.

May your mighty pen never run out of ink!

La luta continua!

Anonymous said...

It seems the accademic aspects of oromian struggle for independence lacks a clear vission to stand it is as clear as water matter the number of organizations and fragmentations their are only two clear visions on the ground to solve the oromian questions.establishing democratic gadaa republic oromia or new democratic republic of ethiopia.The challenge for the oromo nationalist is on what grounds possible to run armed struggle when the fertile conditions were lost because of staggering nationalists.under what conditions and strength to run armed stuggle in new world order that is policed by USA.Under what conditions to run armed struggle when the neighbour countries claim territory from Oromia.Don't you think that step by step gradual development of Oromian national awareness to liberate its country from colonizers under such tens and strained conditions.? I have respect for your pen(the tank)but ihave fear for the air drones that are prepared to eliminate our armless people by habeshan beasts supported and maintained by the masters of the world.National ambition is one thing and practical aspects of implementing the national ambition is another.if there is the potential to bring or convince others by your great pen that is important to me but label them as permanent collaboraters to Habeshans is negative impact.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said "under what conditions and strength to run armed stuggle in new world order that is policed by USA"

East timor became a soverign state as recent as 2002.

Czechoslovakia split into two independent countires the Czech Republic and Slovakia and they did it peacfully.

The new world order (adunnyan jijiramte) is a lame excuse of incompitent, coward and lazy leaders who made such decissions as incampement of WBO among other embarasing decissions made by these leaders.

Anonymous said...

Obbo Leenjiso did his usual rhetoric and accused certain Oromo nationalists, who don't think in black and white like Chimpanzie, but are so sophisticated human being using all differentiated political colors to liberate Oromia, as collaborators. Those whom he accuses as collaborators are actually believers of independent Oromia. The author needs to distinguish between foes and friends. Actually the foes are only Abyssinianists who refuse to accept the existence of Oromia and those who give only a nominal recoginition to Oromia, but refuse the liberation of Oromia from Abyssinian domination/colonization forces. The mentioned Oromo Dialogue Forum or Waltajjii Marii Oromo (ODF/WMO) is not such a foe of Oromo nation, but a group of smart Oromo nationalists, who seek Oromian independence, but strategically and tactically packs Oromia in the internationally sellable name called Ethiopia, whic can be used as a transitional name towards the Gadaa republic of an independent Oromia. In short the allignment of powers in the empire looks as follows: Foes vs Friends:- PE-Abyssinianists <====vs====> PI-Oromianists <----&----> PU-Oromianists! Where the abbreviations, PE = Pro-Ethiopia, PI = Pro-Independence and PU-Pro-Union.

Anonymous said...

you can shower all rain of insults(for anonymous person who wrote on june14 at11:57).eastTimor and chekoslav are totally different from the oromian complicated issue.ther is a gap of misunderstanding between oromian nationalists.there is a hidden declared war in the world.directly or indirectly oromia is part of that hidden war do you want fight a war which is not yours?? tell me you paper tiger who coudnt fired even one bullet in the last 20 years.enough is enough.get sit down to challenge the Habeshans together.Another way fragmenting oromos is pro such and such.against susch and such.such and such will not benfit any body.

Anonymous said...

Every country who became independent or fighting for independece has it's own set of issues and enemies. Don't make it look like Oromia is a cursed nation that every one around the wold hates.

Here is a quote which describes what east timor has to go through to get their independence.

"The amount of destruction here dwarfs anything I have seen in other countries. ... It is appalling to look around Dili and see that ninety percent of the homes and buildings have been burnt or wrecked. The devastation is the most extensive I have seen in a complex humanitarian emergency"

Bob Macpherson, CARE International's security officer in Dili, Care International

(Dili is a capital city of east timor.)

more example:
"August 1999 saw a vote on self determination in East Timor. Leading up to this and after the vote where there was an overwhelming majority who voted for independence, Indonesian military-backed militia went on a terror campaign. Much of East Timor was destroyed and at some points there were estimates from 200,000 to 300,000 refugees created.

The Indonesian legislature finally ratified the East Timorese vote, 20 October, 1999, allowing East Timor to officially be an independent nation."

Tell me if fighting for independce was easy for east timor.

We all know that indpendence is a precious thing that doesn't come for free but don't try to make it look like the Oromo issue is more complicated than every one else's.

Every freedom fighters around the world had and still have as complicated issues as we do.
They didn't get their indpendence because their issue was easier but because they manged their issues and overcame their obstacles with courage, hard work and determination of their people, most importantly their leaders.

Anonymous said...

look mr anonymous on june15,2012 at 12.01 pmedt.
I and you have acommon denominator on oromian issues.wether you agree or not agree listed.
14)incapable leaders who coudnt on time tackled the problems that paralised the organization.
I hope some of the problems mentioned above are the core issue that fail us to arrive at our goal.Iam for independence of oromia but the road map for its realization must be renewed again and again.rigidty ,hard headness,romantic liberation poletics donot take us forward.The invitation "which side are you" indicates that the oromians will fight each in near future instead of fighting the common enemy to liberate oromia or democratizing oromia.It is unlucky that we coudnt produce a national figure that consolidate power to bring all oromian nationalists together to challenge habeshans.come to the flesh, then to blood,then to the bones.

Anonymous said...

it isn't either this or that for me. I'm mixed as are many people. I don't buy this whole colonization story too. You choose to look at it that way but that ain't how it happened. there isn't the "habeshas" vs "oromos". Fairy tale. these people have mxied for so long and come from same source. thank you but no thank you.

Anonymous said...

to Anonymous above, by same source are you talking about Adam and Eve? or may be you are refering to Lucy. It depends how far back in time we can go but we are one and the same with british, fench, chinese and indians too. The key is how far back is far enough.I hope you are not talking about the last 100 years when you said we have mixed for so long.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous above,
So, on one end of the spectrum there's the fact that we are all humans.
There is no other end of the spectrum, or rather endless, because, what distinguishes us from one another is endless.
Here the focus is on ethnicity, but it is incomplete, right? What about religion? What about gender? What about class affiliation? What about generational differences? These are the known split points, but there are millions of others. Hell, children in the school I went to used to form groups based on who has long or short hair (ENEMIES).
The logical thing to do seems to be know that we are all humans and as such basically the same. Starting from individual level, we should work out our differences and problems.
That's all.

Anonymous said...

well,always the habeshans tried to hide them selves under the shadow of some block the nations quest for liberty they argued there is no nation but nationality. their confusing argument to promote their hidden agenda is propaget ethnicity ethnicity million times. WE ARE NATIONS NOT ETHNIC GROUPS.FINISHED.

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